Free Station Tiber in all its proper glory.
Outside of leaked samizdats and vacuous government propaganda, little was truly known about the state that made the Terran Dominion a Dominion. Their leaders held claim to a throne they never filled; leadership over an empire they did not command. They reigned, but did not rule.
Originally designed in the years just before the Collapse War, the Constellation-Class carrier is one of the best examples of a Fleet Support Carrier deployed in known space. Originally built to provide organic support for fleet carrier groups, the Constellation trades out strike group capacity and launch rate in order to fit in heavy duty… Continue reading Sketches – Terran Dominion Fleet Carrier
Tiber Station was built by the Riverways Recreational Consortium in Sol. Designed from the outset as a recreational station, Tiber Station was the fourth in a series of six stations built to support already existing orbital station clusters by providing dedicated spaces to recreation and entertainment, spaces that were at best minimal on most other… Continue reading Sketches – Tiber Station
One of the few things that really separates the Terran Dominion from other civilizations in the deWulf universe is their possession of Gravity Drives. While the normal drive field technology offers quite a few benefits compared to more "conventional" drive systems like chemical or charged particle systems, the gravity drive offers a similar leap in… Continue reading Sketches – Gravity Drive Concepts
Following the discovery of the first extrasolar habitable planet in the Gagarin system, its colonization became a certainty as both the USA (precursor to the UNA) and the Russian Federation filed claims to different parts of the star system. While other national groups got their own claims in (the EU secured the outer asteroid belt),… Continue reading Sketches – Tsiolkovsky / Ticonderoga Station
Originally built off of the old Star Class SAR ship, the Scout Class survey ship represents the standard survey ship found in Terran service. Their simplistic design, coupled with mass production meant that there was in practice little difference between an EU Scout, a UNA Scout, or even a RSSF Scout. The first Scouts were… Continue reading Sketches – Terran Survey Ship
Designed concurrently with the Bastille Class Assault Battlecruiser, the Brussels Class Lander was a next generation multipurpose ground interface craft. Featuring a powerful open-cycle fusion engine, respectable armor and a flexible weapons suite, the Brussels is effective at almost every role it can be assigned. Series production initially started in conjunction with the first Bastilles,… Continue reading Sketches – Brussels Class Lander
The standard troop carrier for the Marine Spatiale Européenne (MSE), and the United Nations, the Bastille Class Assault Battlecruiser was regarded as an excellent transport by most navies and their intelligence services. Unlike some other ships that try to handle multiple duties (The UNA's Kenneth Walsh Class Marine Cruiser) or were almost too small to… Continue reading Sketches – European Union Troop Cruiser
The Guadalcanal-Class Multi-Role Cruiser was one of several designs serving in the North American Navy. Built around a core battery of laser mounts and an extensive VLS system, and supported by a reasonable point defense grid, the Guadalcanal could effectively handle most duties that could be expected from a line cruiser. Enhanced by a series… Continue reading Sketches – North American Cruiser